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JOAQUIN SOROLLA Y BASTIDA

LIGHTHOUSE WALK AT BIARRITZ, 1906

About the Artwork

Sorolla was a leading Spanish Impressionist, and frequently exhibited in Paris. The artist's free, dynamic brushwork inspired critics to refer to him as the "Spanish Sargent." His depiction of pleasurable pastimes, such as this leisurely walk by the sea, attracted a large American audience at the turn of the century. Many of Sorolla's most important works, including a huge mural cycle in New York's Hispanic Society of America, are in the United States.

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